6 Oct 2013
In 2011, after 30 years in high-profile public roles, the life of Alasdair Thompson took a sudden downward spiral after he made a controversial remark in a radio interview. From the pinnacle of success and leadership, he found himself publicly disgraced. He was fired from his position as CEO of the EMA and bore the brunt of a media maelstrom.
Since that time, Thompson’s life has turned around dramatically. He’s written a book, called Life Changing, in which he shares how he became a Christian, and found light during one of the darkest times in his life. The redemptive journey captured in this autobiography is a powerful testament of faith and hope.
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